One of the beautiful flower beds. I have no idea what kind. Jackie???
Two of my very good friends, Hermana Wiscombe (on the left), and Hermana Guffey. I just realized that somehow Hermana Redd got left out! She's below though :) The Coombs and Frosts decided to sit this one out.
Some of the yeseria, plaster carved by the Spanish Moors. You can tell it's original because of the colors (red, yellow, green, and blue). They used decorated plain white plaster for the restorations.
Left: old city and city wall.
Right: The "Guys", Elders Guffey, Wiscombe, and Redd.
Stonework lauding Charles' achievments.
To the left is a bath house. There were three rooms, with a progression from cold to steaming hot water.
Inside the Nazarene Palace. It was built by the Moors who were finally driven out in 1492, right before Columbus sailed.
Elder Guffey and Hermanas Wiscomb and Redd.
The Court of the Lions. It was a great trip, made even better by a great group of friends!